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Category Archives: everyday life
Today dear readers I am on the blog tour for Anna (Published 25th June 2020) By Laura Guthrie. A big thank you to the publishers Cranachan for my copy to review, always appreciated. Also thank you to the lovely Kelly … Continue reading →
One of the many rules I have lived by for most of my life is to follow my dreams and never give up. There will always be people that love to bring you down, clip your wings and watch you … Continue reading →
Growing is a pain. It hurts but it’s something we all have to face at some point or another in our life. We begrudgingly wave goodbye to our childhood having no idea about the world that lies in wait for … Continue reading →
I do enjoy reading a good self-care book. It’s a habit I picked up off Bridget Jones in my early twenties. I would often place a few about my flat for inspiring motivation that would bring new independence and a … Continue reading →
Today on the blog I am reviewing Disintegration (Published June 4th 2020) By Paul Robert Mullen and Happy Publication day! A big thank you to the publishers Animal Heart Press for my copy to review, always appreciated. Disintegration In this … Continue reading →
Weeds are often seen as, well just that; weeds. A garden nuisance that when one is cut another two take its place. Many people think them unsightly and portray an unkempt garden. Yet weeds to some are a thing of … Continue reading →
Death has a habit of always making sure it’s close by. It waits in the wings for its cue to take to the stage and deliver a killer performance…you never know if this will be your last show, your moment … Continue reading →
The world we live in has changed drastically over the past few weeks. We are living in a pandemic. Basic items like hand-wash, toilet paper and pasta have become that rare golden ticket just waiting to be claimed. It has … Continue reading →
The cold begins to set in as you lie on your back floating on the night sky. It’s clear tonight and reflects like a mirror in the water. You feel yourself flying and can’t remember the last time you felt … Continue reading →
Fairytales have always fascinated me. From a young age I remember reading Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid and it left me enchanted and disturbed. Fairytales are a gift of escapism. You can indulge in fantasies and discover worlds far … Continue reading →